Mine is the opposite, it leaks when parked in the rain. Not a problem when I'm home in the garage, but at work I'll get a puddle on my seat.That would be much appreciated! I'm just in the early stages of diagnosing mine. I went out and opened the sunroof to view the seal. So what you're saying is that instead of water coming in between the seal and the roof/glass, it's coming in under the seal itself? The only reason I even noticed the leak is because 1 single drop of water landed on my hand while I was driving to work this morning.
I was able to go out and locate the drains. My commute consists of extremely steep hills. I'm wondering if that causes the water to pool away from the drains. My gut is telling me that mine only leaks while I'm driving. It's been raining non-stop and I park outside. If it were a constant leak, I think my interior would have been soaked this morning.
You are correct, it's the inner seal, not the one that seals around the edge of the glass. You can actually pull the inner seal out of the groove that it is supposed to seat in and see how loose it is. I watched water pour underneath and out of a few slots that are in the plastic with ease.
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